Women are instrumental in Canada’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
What it was like to blog every day for a week, and what it means for my future blogging.
We talk a lot about the importance of women and minority academics mentoring students and new faculty. But are we expecting too much of them?
I am a book addict. There, I said it. Luckily being a book addict doesn’t have too many negative connotations. Except when it comes to … Read more
On the power of language, and the power men hold over women in academic science. *edited 19 Oct to add stats on men being harassed/assaulted … Read more
I just had an article published in Terrain.org: Journal of the Built + Natural Environments. It’s a Q&A with Margo Farnsworth, a fellow nature writer … Read more
[Updated March 9th to add the @IAmSciComm list of women science communicators] Today was International Women’s Day, a day we celebrate the achievements of women … Read more
Writing about women in science is a tricky business. While you want to champion their contributions across a range of research fields, you also don’t … Read more
I recently had the good fortune to interview Dr. Kathy Bleiker, a research entomologist at Natural Resources Canada’s Pacific Forestry Centre, for my Women in … Read more
While I’ve written a few posts here recently, I’ve also been busy elsewhere and thought I’d share some of my posts that have come up … Read more